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A Graceful Twilight:
Navigating Geriatric Pain Management
with OKC Vet Campus

As your pet ages, the words ‘geriatric pain management’ become a crucial part of your vocabulary. They’re not just words, but a promise-a promise to provide comfort and care for your furry friend in their golden years. As experts in geriatric pain management, we at OKC Vet Campus are here to guide you through this…

Cesarean sections

What is a Cesarean Section (C-section)? A cesarean section, also known as a C-section, is a surgical procedure that is used to deliver puppies when a natural birth is not possible. This procedure involves making an incision in the abdomen and uterus of the dog to deliver the puppies. C-sections are common in veterinary care…

Chronic Ear Infections

Is Your Dog Suffering From Chronic Ear Infections? Chronic ear infections can cause your dog a lot of discomfort and pain, as well as resulting in frustration for you as you try to find a solution. If your dog has had more than one ear infection, or even if they have just been diagnosed with…

Dental Bonded Sealant

Dental bonded sealant is a treatment that is used to protect the teeth of dogs from cavities and other types of dental damage. This treatment involves applying a thin layer of sealant material to the surface of the teeth, which forms a protective barrier that helps to prevent the buildup of plaque and tartar. In…

Diabetic Dogs

Caring for Diabetic Dogs Diabetic dogs can lead happy, healthy lives, but they need a little more care and medical management than dogs without diabetes. Dog diabetes treatment is an ongoing process, but with the help of your veterinarian, you can establish a diet and medication routine that works well for your dog. Here’s what…

Euthanasia for Pets

Euthanasia for Pets Euthanasia for Pets: One of the Hardest Decisions You’ll Have to Make If you are caring for an ill pet or your pet is getting older and becoming less interested in the things they once enjoyed, you may need to begin considering euthanasia for pets. This is one of the hardest decisions…

In-house Progesterone

Progesterone is a hormone that plays a crucial role in the reproductive cycles of mammals. In veterinary medicine, measuring progesterone levels in-house can provide valuable information for breeding management and the diagnosis of reproductive disorders. When it comes to breeding management, progesterone testing is essential for determining the fertile window in females. Progesterone levels rise…

Infertility Evaluation

An infertility evaluation is a process that is used to determine the cause of infertility in dogs. This process typically involves a series of tests and procedures that are designed to identify any underlying medical conditions or issues that may be causing fertility problems. There are several steps involved in an infertility evaluation for dogs,…

International Health Certificates

International health certificates are an important part of the process of exporting and importing animals, whether for pets, livestock, or wildlife. These documents provide information about the animal’s health status, vaccination history, and any other relevant information that may be required by the importing country. There are several reasons why international health certificates are important…

Ocular Tonometry

Ocular Tonomtery for Dogs & Cats Understanding Ocular Tonometry for Pets Ocular tonometry for pets is a simple task that is easy to perform in your vet’s office without pain or trauma for your pet. However, it can reveal very serious issues that can result in pain or even blindness if they go undiagnosed. Here’s…

OFA Radiographs

Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) Radiographs OFA radiographs, also known as X-rays, are a vital part of veterinary medicine for the diagnosis and management of orthopedic diseases. Hip Dysplasia Evaluation Using the OFA radiograph, veterinarians can assess the fit of a dog’s hip joint and assign a rating based on the severity of the dysplasia.…

Ovulation Timing

Ovulation timing is an important aspect of veterinary medicine, particularly in the field of reproduction. In order to successfully breed animals, it is essential to understand the timing of ovulation and the various factors that can affect it. In mammals, ovulation is the process by which a mature ovarian follicle releases an egg into the…

Reproductive assistance

What is Reproductive Assistance? Reproductive assistance in veterinary medicine refers to a range of procedures and technologies that are used to help animals reproduce. These procedures can be used to help animals that are experiencing fertility issues or to assist with the artificial insemination of animals. Some common types of reproductive assistance in veterinary medicine…

Skin Infections

Does Your Dog Suffer From Skin Infections? Skin infections in dogs are extremely common. Some breeds of dogs and certain lifestyles make skin infections more likely, but they can occur in any dog. Skin infections typically respond extremely well to treatment, but usually don’t clear up on their own. If you think your dog might…

Ultrasound

Ultrasonography, also known as ultrasound, is a diagnostic tool that is used in veterinary care to create images of the inside of the body using sound waves. Ultrasound is a non-invasive and painless procedure that can be used to examine a wide range of organs and tissues, including the heart, liver, kidneys, and reproductive organs.…

Vaccine Titer

A vaccine titer is a laboratory test that measures the level of immunity to a specific disease in an animal’s blood. It is used to determine whether an animal is protected against a particular disease or if they may need a booster vaccination. There are several benefits to performing vaccine titer testing in veterinary medicine:…

Vasectomy vs Neuter

Vasectomy and neuter are two surgical procedures that are commonly performed on dogs to prevent unwanted breeding. While these procedures are similar in that they both involve the removal or modification of reproductive organs, there are some important differences between them that pet owners should understand. In this article, we will explore the similarities and…

Veterinary Care For Trucker’s Pets

Welcome to OKC Vet Campus, the premier veterinary care center for truckers passing through Oklahoma City. Trucking is a unique and demanding profession, and for many truckers, their furry companions are an important part of the experience. Pets, particularly dogs, are a common companion for truckers on the road. They offer companionship, security, and a…

Veterinary Urgent Care

What to do if Your Pet Needs Veterinary Urgent Care Nobody wants to go to the emergency room, but the fact is that most people (and their pets) will face an emergency at some point. Bringing your pet to the urgent care or ER is bound to be stressful, but you can reduce your anxiety…

Water Treadmill for Dogs

Considerations in Water Treadmill for Dogs Physical therapy offers a wide range of benefits to people, and it can be highly effective for your dog as well. If you’re looking for alternative therapies to benefit your dog, whether they have a specific condition that needs treatment, or you want to help your dog get in…